Meet the CARE Team
Just like the SANet hotline team, the SANet CARE team is staffed by members of the BC community whom you already know and trust. You can feel confident coming in for walk-in hours or reaching out to schedule an appointment because you know who you'll be meeting. Below, you can read more about our specially-trained CARE team.
CARE Team Biographies
Courtney Wright (she, her, hers) is a first year student in the Mental Health Counseling graduate program. Courtney graduated from BC in 2016 with a Bachelor's in Applied Psychology and Human Development (and with minors in Philosophy and Psychology). Since graduating from Boston College, Courtney has found various ways to immerse herself in the world of mental health, from working with youth in a therapeutic summer camp to senior citizens with Alzheimer's. Most recently she worked as a research coordinator at a halfway home for women and children, collecting information on treatment services and to enhance the women's recovery experience. For her, working at the WC is a wonderful opportunity to combine her love of student life and involvement with her zeal for diversity and social justice. Courtney hopes to connect with students from all walks of life, leaving them with a sense of greater health and wellness. In her free time she enjoys meditating, staying physically active, web-surfing, traveling, and socializing with friends.
Teresa Sullivan (she, her, hers) is the Graduate Assistant for the Bystander Intervention Education program. Teresa graduated Boston College in May 2017 with her undergraduate degree and remained on campus to pursue a Masters in Theology and Pastoral Ministry. During her time at BC, Teresa worked as an undergraduate staff member at the Women's Center for three years. In her free time, Teresa enjoys reading long books, planning elaborate trips, and drinking strong coffee.
Samantha Goober (she, her, hers) is a first-year student in the Higher Education Administration graduate program, concentrating in Student Affairs. After graduating from Boston College with a bachelor's degree in English and Theater Arts, Samantha worked as the Artistic and Management Associate at the Westport Country Playhouse, where she returns each year to curate and direct "Letters to our Daughters: An International Women's Day Celebration." Most recently, Samantha worked as Communications and Events Coordinator at Harvard Kennedy School's Center for Public Leadership, where she worked with students to bring their heroes and role models to campus. In her spare time, she enjoys feeding her Pinterest addiction, reading novels, and watching musical theater videos on YouTube for hours at a time.